NF1 Ask the Doctor — JULY 19TH! In conjunction with the RASopathies Network Symposium

Join the NF Network and Washington State NF for an “NF1 Ask the Doctors”

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This is a great opportunity to ask your individual questions of someone who really knows and understands NF. Dr. Bruce Korf is a leader in NF Clinical concerns as well as NF Research.

WHEN: Sunday, July 19, 2015 11:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

WHERE: Seattle, Washington Doubletree by Hilton at SeaTac

A sneak peak at one of the panelists:

Bruce Korf, MD, PhD, Chair UAB IDDRC
Co-Principal Investigator Dr. Bruce Korf is a nationally recognized leader in human genetics and internationally regarded as a leading authority in the neurodevelopmental disorder neurofibromatosis. Dr. Korf joined the UAB faculty in 2003 as the Wayne H. and Sara Crews Finley Professor of Medical Genetics and Chair of the UAB Department of Genetics. ABOUT THE RASopathies RASopathies are a group of genetic syndromes that are as common as 1:1000. The RASopathy syndromes include: cardio-facio-cutaneous (CFC), Costello (CS), LEOPARD/NSML, Neurofibromatosis type 1 (NF1), and Noonan (NS). Our Mission is to advance research of the RASopathies by bringing together families, clinicians and scientists.


Do you ever wonder what questions other people have, and how they find ways around the obstacles NF can cause? Join us for a day of informative presentations, and a Q & A with renowned scientists and physicians specializing in NF care for adults and children.


Go to this link: **You must register for the RASopathies Network Symposium to attend the NF1 Ask the Doctor meeting, but you are not obligated to attend any other part of the Symposium. If you need assistance registering you can email the NF Network at, or call us at 630-510-1115.


The NF Network is the leading national NF Patient organization advocating for federal funding for NF research and building NF community by providing outreach through education and awareness, improved clinical care and offering hope and support to those affected by NF. Washington State NF Families is an affiliate member of the NF Network.

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